NEW YORK, N.Y. – To better incorporate all of the brands it now owns, the storied Coach company of New York is changing its name to Tapestry.The luxury goods company that came to prominence in the “Mad Men” era now owns brands like Stuart Weitzman and Kate Spade & Co. as well. CEO Victor Luis said Wednesday that the name Tapestry is more inclusive.Coach acquired Stuart Weitzman in 2015 in a deal valued up to $574 million. It spent $2.4 billion for Kate Spade this year, seeking to broaden its appeal. The Coach brand of bags and other goods is alive and well, but it becomes one of three brands sold by the company that will be called Tapestry.“We are now at a defining moment in our corporate reinvention, having evolved from a mono-brand specialty retailer to a true house of emotional, desirable brands,” Luis said in a company release.A website with the new name, which becomes official at the end of the month, is up and running.The change is part of Coach’s pursuit of younger shoppers who may not feel the same draw to store windows on Manhattan’s 5th Avenue.Coach began as a small workshop in Manhattan in 1941, and became a fashion powerhouse in the early 1960s through innovative designs.Coach Inc. will also be changing its ticker symbol on the New York Stock Exchange from “COH” to “TPR.” Shares of the company declined almost 3 per cent to close Wednesday at $38.87.
PARIS — Unions and owner Ferrero say workers at the world’s biggest Nutella factory have removed picket lines and are back to work after production after was brought to a near standstill in a dispute over salary negotiations.Ferrero said on Wednesday that access to the factory was reopened overnight and that “normal activity” had resumed at the site.Activists from Workers’ Force at the factory in Villers-Ecalles in Normandy had barred trucks from entering or leaving the factory for a week.Spokeswoman Prescillia Bourguignon said management had made “positive progress.”The plant produces 600,000 jars of the chocolate and hazelnut spread every day — a quarter of the world’s output.The Associated Press
8 February 2011A drought in the north China plain, the country’s winter wheat production region, could lead to a reduced harvest, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) warned today, saying concern over the water shortage has caused wheat prices in the country to rise rapidly over the past few months. “The ongoing drought is potentially a serious problem,” the FAO Global Information and Early Warning System on Food and Agriculture (GIEWS) unit said in a special alert on China.Low precipitation and diminished snow cover have reduced the protection of dormant wheat plants against frost kill temperatures during winter months from December to February, according to the alert. The conditions have also jeopardized the soil moisture availability for the post-dormant growing period.The main affected provinces include Shandong, Jiangsu, Henan, Hebei and Shanxi, which together account for about 60 per cent of the wheat planted area, and two thirds of the national wheat production.Some 5.16 million hectares of the total of about 14 million hectares under winter wheat may have been affected, according to official estimates. The drought has reportedly affected more than 2.5 million people, who are experiencing shortages of drinking water. Nearly 2.8 million livestock are also affected.The agency, however, pointed out that there have been positive developments, including relatively mild temperatures, particularly the absence of frost kill temperatures, and lower than average sub-zero temperatures on some days.Increased supplementary irrigation made available by the Government is also likely to compensate for some of the negative impact, but the adverse weather could still devastate yields.The national average retail price of wheat flour in China rose by more than 8 per cent last month compared to two months earlier, and stood at 16 per cent higher than last year. “Although the current winter drought has, so far, not affected winter wheat productivity, the situation could become critical if a spring drought follows the winter one and the temperatures in February fall below normal,” said the FAO report.
Saudi Arabia today executed three Sri Lankans found guilty of robbing and killing a citizen as well as an Egyptian convicted of murder in a separate case, the interior ministry said.The four deaths bring to 120 the number of executions this year in the kingdom, compared with 87 for the whole of 2014, according to AFP tallies. The three Sri Lankans were convicted of breaking into the Saudi man’s home, striking him on the head and suffocating him before stealing money, the ministry said in a statement posted on the official SPA news agency website. They were beheaded in the Red Sea city of Jeddah, it said. In a separate statement, the ministry said that authorities in Eastern Province also executed an Egyptian man convicted of stabbing and strangling to death a fellow citizen after an argument.Amnesty International says Saudi Arabia is one of the world’s most prolific executioners, along with China, Iran, Iraq and the United States. Under the conservative kingdom’s strict Islamic sharia legal code, murder, armed robbery, rape, drug trafficking and apostasy are all punishable by death.Executions in Saudi Arabia are almost always carried out by beheading.The interior ministry has cited deterrence as a reason for carrying out the punishments but rights experts have raised concerns about the fairness of trials in the kingdom. (Courtesy AFP)
“At this decisive point, the cosponsors and other international parties should make a determined effort to prevent the unravelling of the peace process and bring the Israelis and the Palestinians together in order to reach an agreement that could bring demonstrable benefits to both sides,” Mr. Annan said in a message to the UN International Meeting on the Question of Palestine in Madrid.In the message which was delivered on his behalf by Terje Roed-Larsen, the UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Mr. Annan pledged to “continue to do whatever it takes to contribute to these peace efforts.”He added that both sides must now make every effort to restore the ceasefire and move rapidly towards the implementation of the report produced by an international fact-finding committee headed by former United States Senator George Mitchell.The Secretary-General also called attention to the toll which violence and closures have taken on the Palestinian economy. “The extent of the damage is enormous and is yet to be fully assessed,” he said. With the Palestinian economy facing a “virtual collapse,” he called for a massive assistance programme to help the affected people rebuild their lives. In particular, he urged donors to support the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA).According to the UNRWA Commissioner-General, Peter Hansen, contributions to the Agency, which is in the midst of a financial crisis, have fallen short of needs. In a speech delivered on Monday to the European Council of Ministers of Foreign Affairs in Brussels, Mr. Hansen said that if its current $32 million funding gap is not closed soon, the Agency would run out of cash by October. “The catastrophic effect of such an eventuality needs no further elaboration,” he said.”One of our major tasks is to keep the confidence of the refugee community in the strength and viability of the Agency,” observed Mr. Hansen. “We need your generous and prompt assistance for your belief in humanitarian principles, and your interest in regional political stability.”
A senior law enforcement official from India has been appointed by Secretary-General Kofi Annan as the next United Nations Civilian Police Adviser in the Department of Peacekeeping Operations, the first woman to hold the job.Kiran Bedi was also the first female police officer in India, when she joined the police service in 1972. Prior to her current appointment she served as Special Commissioner for intelligence with the Delhi Police and has also served as Joint Commissioner for Police Training and Inspector General of Prisons in Delhi.Ms. Bedi will take over from the acting Adviser, Antero Lopes of Portugal.
As a result of troubling testimony heard in a recent field hearing regarding the explosion of Massey Energy’s Upper Big Branch mine, the US Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration has announced the release of four new program information bulletins pertaining to ventilation issues in underground coal mines. The purpose of these PIBs is to remind mine operators, miners’ representatives, MSHA enforcement personnel and other interested parties about mandatory coal mine safety standards relative to inadequate ventilation, intentional changes in the mine’s ventilation system, maintaining face ventilation control devices, and maintaining methane monitors in permissible and proper operating condition for mining equipment. MSHA decided to distribute this alert based on testimony delivered during a House Education and Labor Committee hearing in Beckley, W.Va., in May that raised serious questions as to whether or not the Upper Big Branch mine was properly following ventilation standards prior to the explosion on April 5. The testimony from family members of miners who died in the April 5 explosion at Upper Big Branch mine indicated that concerns over safety conditions existed at the mine prior to the deadly blast.“This announcement serves to remind all mine operators of their obligation to comply with all federal regulations to ensure the health and safety of their employees,” said Joseph A. Main, assistant secretary of labour for mine safety and health. “Failure to follow the ventilation standards can lead to illness, injury and death. These standards are not voluntary, and every mine operator in the country is on notice that MSHA will not tolerate violations of ventilation standards.”In addition to reminding mine operators of their obligations under the law, Main noted that MSHA inspectors are being instructed to enhance enforcement efforts relating to violations of ventilation standards. “Mine inspectors are being instructed to beef up enforcement of ventilation standards,” he added.Providing adequate ventilation in an underground mine is the principal means of ensuring that flammable, explosive, noxious and harmful gases, dusts, smoke and fumes are continuously diluted, rendered harmless and carried away. Insufficient air quantity allows methane and dust to accumulate, potentially resulting in a mine fire or explosion. Dust accumulations can also cause miners to be exposed to harmful levels of respirable dust, which can lead to black lung.US Department of Labor releases are accessible on the Internet at http://www.dol.gov. The information in this news release will be made available in alternate format (large print, Braille, audio tape or disc) from the COAST office upon request. Please specify which news release when placing your request at 202-693-7828 or TTY 202-693-7755. The Labor Department is committed to providing America’s employers and employees with easy access to understandable information on how to comply with its laws and regulations. For more information, please visit http://www.dol.gov/compliance.The guidance covers intentional changes to a mine’s ventilation system and working face ventilation controls, and reiterates the prohibition on tampering with methane monitors. The guidance reminds operators of their obligations under current law.Intentional changes to the mine’s ventilation system include adding a new shaft, bringing a new fan on line, changing the direction of air in an air course, changing the direction of air in a bleeder system and shutting down one fan in a multiple fan system. Any intentional change to the ventilation system that alters the main air current or any split of the main air current in a manner that could materially affect the safety and health of miners must be approved by MSHA before it is implemented.Face ventilation controls are a critical feature for providing underground coal miners with reliable ventilation. Failure to maintain controls or make prompt repairs to restore ventilation places miners’ safety and health at risk due to an increased chance of a methane ignition and elevated respirable dust. Moreover, most miners on a working section do not have a means of measuring air quantities. They can, however, determine when ventilation controls are likely to adversely affect the air quantity.Methane monitors on mining equipment must be maintained in permissible and proper operating condition. Their effectiveness, however, can be defeated in a number of ways, either by placing material over the sensor head of the monitor or “bridging out” the electrical safety components of the monitors. Placing material over the sensor head will prevent the monitor from detecting excessive and dangerous concentrations of methane in the mine. Similarly, “bridging out” the electrical components of the monitors will prevent the mining equipment from shutting down when methane reaches the two percent cut-off level. MSHA does not tolerate bridging out or tampering with methane monitors.
In a June 22 letter to the editor of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, ASA President Danny Murphy responded to a recently released study claiming a link between feed made from biotech soybean meal and stomach inflammation in hogs. The validity of the study’s claims and its methodology have since been questioned widely, as has the objectivity of the scientists and farmers that authored the study.The study’s main author, Dr. Judy Carman, issued a statement pointing to the study as evidence of the need for further examination of the health impacts of biotechnology, a charge Murphy answered directly in his response. “[T]he further investigation Carman calls for already exists in droves,” said Murphy. “Hundreds of existing studies look at the potential health impacts of biotech crops in human and animal applications, but likely much to Carman’s dismay, each says the same thing: Biotech crops are as safe as their conventional counterparts. Given this mountain of preexisting science, it would appear that Carman is less interested in “more investigation” and more interested in investigation that agrees with her anti-biotech viewpoint. That’s not science; it’s cleverly-cloaked advocacy. Advocacy is based in emotion and ideology, while to maintain its integrity, science must be based in real, tangible fact.”Murphy’s full response can be found at the Post-Dispatch website.
A 4-year-old girl who was missing and possibly endangered was found with her mother in Kelso 4 1/2 hours after authorities asked for the public’s help in finding her.The Clark County Sheriff’s Office sent out a press release at about 10 a.m. Wednesday, asking for the public’s help in locating 4-year-old Stormy Kennedy, who was last seen with her mother, Kimberly Ann Gibson.The sheriff’s office said that Gibson, 41, intentionally hit her boyfriend, who is also Stormy’s father, with her vehicle on Saturday and fled the scene. The girl is believed to have been in the vehicle at the time and witnessed the incident.Gibson’s van was later found unoccupied in a parking lot in Longview, but the whereabouts of Gibson and Stormy were unknown.By 2:30 p.m., someone who had seen the news coverage had spotted a woman and child matching Gibson and Stormy’s description near a shelter in Kelso and called 911.Police responded and located both Gibson and Stormy. Gibson was taken into custody on an outstanding warrant. Stormy was taken to the Kelso Police Department and reunited with her father. There were no reported injuries.
WILMINGTON, MA — Robert H. Crampton, “Bob”, age 91, of Tewksbury, formerly of Somerville, Wilmington and Sarasota, FL, passed away peacefully on February 25, 2019.Bob was the husband of the late Dorothy M. (Morgan) Crampton, father of R. Michael Crampton of Whitman, Daniel Crampton & his wife Chuke of Quincy, Steven Crampton & his wife Diana of Wilmington and the late Brian Crampton. Grandfather of Kristie Crampton Cavanaugh & her husband Joe Cavanaugh and Valeri Crampton all of Wilmington, Liam and Kian Crampton of Quincy and great-grandchildren Joseph and Kennedy Cavanaugh. Son of the late Henry and Mary (Maloney) Crampton, brother of Paul Crampton & his wife Marilyn and Mary Williams all of Woburn and the late Gerald Crampton. Bob is also survived by many nieces and nephews.Bob proudly served in the United States Navy during World War II.At Bob’s request all Funeral Services will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations in Bob’s memory may be made to Local Heroes, Inc., P. O. Box 536, Wilmington, MA 01887.Arrangements are under the direction of the Nichols Funeral Home, Wilmington.(NOTE: The above obituary is from Nichols Funeral Home.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedOBITUARY: John “Jack” Tannian, Jr., 89In “Obituaries”OBITUARY: Peter C. Carlson, 76In “Obituaries”OBITUARY: William J. “Bill” Wolfe, 75In “Obituaries”
Kakinada: As per the directions of District Collector D Muralidhar Reddy, Clean and Green programme has been observed at in government offices in East Godavari on Saturday. At the programme organised at collectorate, Collector Muralidhar Reddy participated in the programme along with staff of collectorate. The Collector restarted the Swachh Bharat Mission in the district on Saturday. The Collector, on the occasion, asked the staff at the Collectorate and government offices in the district, to keep their premises clean by taking the activity on every Saturday without fail
Listen at WEAA Live Stream: http://amber.streamguys.com.4020/live.m3u National politics with political commentators Catalina Byrd and Sean Breeze, including GOP presidential fallout from the terrorist attacks in Paris. Also, the resurgence of the, “draft Romney,” movement? Plus, local politics with Byrd, Luke Broadwater of the Baltimore Sun and legal expert Sheryl Wood, including a new poll has former mayor Sheila Dixon on top by a significant margin. We’ll break down the numbers. These stories and more coming up this evening on AFRO’s First Edition with Sean Yoes.
A recent famil, hosted by Contours Travel, and supported by LATAM flights, saw eight Australian agents embark on an in-depth 15-day famil to Peru, showcasing Lima, Machu Picchu, Sacred Valley, Cuzco, Lake Titicaca, Arequipa, Colca Canyon and the Amazon region.@Machu PicchuPictured at Machu Picchu are:Back L-R: Sian Pritchard from Blackrock Travel, Kyran Bottomley from Phil Hoffman Travel, Brett Ambrose from Contours Travel, Sianne Yensch from Our Vacation Centre, Cheryl Beattie from Castle Hill Travel and Tanya Kellen from MTA Travel.Front L-R: Jennifer Mikkelsen from Travel Counsellors, Lisa Wells from Brighton Travelworld and Catherine McHenry from Wow Travel.Top image: Some of the group having an adventure on the Tambopata River in Peru. FamilsPeru
MOSCOW — The 10th annual exhibition of watch and watch accessories is set here in Moscow for October 15-18, 2008 and the World Travel Center.The show will be open to consumers and feature both watches and jewelry.Contact:Olga Davidova “Moscow Watch Salon” Exhibition Project Manager tel/fax+ 7 499-257-0272/62-44 ROSinEX
Photo of Venezuela unrest wins World Press Photo contest In this image released by World Press Photo Thursday April 12, 2018, titled “Royal Shrovetide Football” by Oliver Scarff, Agence France-Presse, which was awarded the first prize in the Sports singles category, shows members of opposing teams, the Up’ards and Down’ards, grapple for the ball during the historic, annual Royal Shrovetide Football Match in Ashbourne, Derbyshire, UK, Feb. 28, 2017. (Oliver Scarff, AFP, World Press Photo via AP) AMSTERDAM – A spine-tingling photo of a young man on fire during clashes in the Venezuelan capital of Caracas during the protest against President Nicolas Maduro has won the World Press Photo of the Year.The photo by Agence France-Presse journalist Ronaldo Schemidt won both the overall honours and the category for Spot News Single on Thursday in Amsterdam. Jury chair Magdalena Herrera called it “a classical photo” that gave her “an instantaneous emotion.”The photo shows a man who was in flames after a gas tank on his motorcycle exploded. He escaped with second-degree burns. Schemidt is a photographer for AFP based in Mexico.In all, 4,548 photographers from 125 countries entered photos in eight categories.The top photo won a prize worth 10,000 euros ($12,300). by The Associated Press Posted Apr 12, 2018 2:00 pm PDT Last Updated Apr 12, 2018 at 2:41 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
Strong winds reaching 6 Beaufort – 25-30 miles per hour – which affected much of the island on Sunday are set to continue into Monday, the met office said.By Sunday afternoon the fire service in Nicosia had received five calls reporting felled trees and two cases of tin roofs being blown from buildingsTwo calls were received by the fire service in Paphos, also related to downed trees.No one was injured. Police on Sunday cautioned motorists to drive with care.The strong winds will prevail into Monday but will drop to 3-4 Beaufort as the day progresses.Temperatures are due to rise gradually to 30C by Thursday and remain at that level over the coming weekend.You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppGet Maximum Privacy with Minimum EffortFigLeaf Beta AppUndoTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionOne Thing All Liars Have in Common, Brace YourselfTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionUndoTotal Battle – Online Strategy GameIf You’re PC User This Strategy Game Is A Must-Have!Total Battle – Online Strategy GameUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoTwo arrested in connection with attempted murderUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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the interaction of Social Security with personal savings,The BJP was irked by the TDP reportedly encouraging Independents in seats allotted to it Three pro-TDP Independents won in the nine seats where the BJP was contesting and supported the TDP after the results "What happened in Kakinada was unfortunate But I would think it may have been done without Chandrababu Naidu being aware of it I suspect that a mischievous lot of local TDP leaders was responsible for harming BJP’s chances" says Vishnu Kumar Raju leader of the BJP legislature party in the Andhra Assembly giving the chief minister the benefit of doubt File image of Narendra Modi and Chandrababu Naidu PTI There is a huge difference in the interpersonal relations between the BJP and TDP in Telangana and in Andhra The BJP was quick to dump the TDP after a poor show in 2014 pointing out that Naidu’s outfit is seen as an Andhra party in Telangana In contrast the TDP in Andhra as if in revenge mode makes no effort to conceal who is the boss Which is why the feeling among many BJP leaders is that sticking around with the TDP will not help the party grow Just as it did not in the late 1990s when Naidu joined hands with the Atal Bihari Vajpayee-led NDA Senior BJP leader and MLC Soma Veerraju accuses the TDP of even ensuring that Central schemes get no prominence "Take the example of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan Will you find Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s photograph in the backdrop No Instead you will only have Naidu and Municipal Administration Minister P Narayana’s pictures" points out Veerraju The TDP’s decision to raise the decibel levels against the BJP was entirely political At the heart of the move is the feedback from the ground — both offline and online — that a case of neglect of Andhra’s interests is strongly established in the public psyche The feedback from north coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema regions is not encouraging at all The BJP got a taste of public ire when its state unit’s Facebook page was littered with comments critical of the Budget The TDP feels boxed in because even though the BJP shares power with it in Amaravati the onus of explaining or even justifying the stepmotherly treatment is on Naidu Which is why if anything is certain after Naidu pressed the pause button on the friction between the two parties after Sunday’s meeting it is that the exit from the NDA is inevitable "The decision to exit has at best been postponed We have to go back to the people to tell them we are not party to the letting-down of Andhra by the Centre The perception is very strong on the ground and it is indefensible The benefits of being in alliance with the BJP are not visible Having to explain has become a burden for us" says a senior member of Naidu’s inner circle This will create a rather peculiar situation where the TDP despite being the party in power will also endeavour to occupy the Opposition space The party will make the BJP the villain of the piece pointing out that Modi during the 2014 election campaign had promised to help build a capital city better than most cities in India The contrast will be made against what has been provided to Karnataka in the budget Rs 17000 crore was promised for Bengaluru’s suburban rail network system and this the TDP believes is only because the BJP thinks it is in with a chance to come to power in the forthcoming election With no such stakes in Andhra and its state unit having little political heft the BJP can afford to neglect the state and hope to do business with whoever gets more Lok Sabha seats in 2019 The state unit of the BJP is in a Catch-22 situation not knowing if Naidu is friend or foe If the alliance somehow survives Naidu is certain to veto candidates who have been critical of his government in the past four years If the tie-up collapses the chances of BJP candidates winning become remote which may lead at least some senior leaders to look for greener pastures But is the central leadership of the BJP in a mood to pander to Naidu’s demands beyond a point The TDP thinks the choice of Rajnath Singh to make the call is an indication When the point of contention is the Budget ideally it should have been Jaitley who should have reached out to Naidu Rajnath the TDP believes has no locus standi in the standoff and served at best only to ensure a temporary cooling-off period But having exhausted his ammunition over the raw deal in the Budget Naidu will need a fresh issue to stage a walkout His party’s calculation is that even the YSR Congress will now be wary of moving in with the BJP This will mean even the BJP will take away a bit of the anti-TDP vote in the urban constituencies and even that marginal vote share in a tight contest will mean Advantage TDP Tuesday 12 June 2018 will be a day unlike any other It will be a day when history is made broken and rewritten a day without parallel or precedent and one unlikely to ever be repeated It’s the day when Rahul Gandhi meets 1000 rickshaw drivers in Mumbai One thousand That’s just a handful short of the total number of rickshaws on the Goregaon flyover this very minute And just a handful more than the rickshaws part of this infamous action sequence But in all the hype surrounding the Congress president’s meeting with the men who drive Mumbai a little-known meeting will be underway in a different part of the world In distant Singapore US president Donald Trump will be meeting North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong-un And it can be understandably difficult to guess which way the wind will blow At various times in the past the two have been bitter rivals with Kim calling Trump a "dotard" and a "frightened dog" and the latter returning the favour with a "little rocket man" File images of Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un Reuters What then will Tuesday bring In times this uncertain there can be only one thing certain: The ability of Special Forces to get you the latest dope So here it is the unedited future transcript of Trump’s meeting with Kim: Trump: Good morning Kim Is it still morning over in Japan Or wherever it is that you’re from Kim: It’s always morning in Korea We have banned the night Trump: That’s a great idea What a guy You know I met another Kim just the other day What a wonderful woman she was Great asset To the country of course Kim: That’s fine I have a friend named Donald too Or is it Dennis I can never be sure But he has orange hair too In fact he is in Singapore tonight Bunch of us guys are going out clubbing You must come too Trump: Thanks for the offer You know that’s really very kind of you I wish others were more like you Especially those fools Macron and Trudeau who didn’t invite me to a party they had among themselves Kim: No way Are you sure Trump: Absolutely I read it in the news I get all my news from the news you know Everybody tells me I’m very well read I follow all the news Especially if it’s on Fox and Friends You get Fox and Friends back in China Or wherever it is that you’re from Kim: China is a good friend of mine Especially Eleven He’s a good man I have a feeling you and I will become great friends too What do you do on weekends Trump: I usually go to my golfing resorts Or I go say hello to Melania’s folks She’s from Russia you know Just like Vladi. 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